Sep 27, 2016

3 Ways to Decorate Foam Pumpkins with Therm O Web Deco Foil and Glitter Dust

I was inspired by the Michael's Makers to foil and glam up a few foam pumpkins for fall and Halloween decor.
For the first pumpkin I used Therm O Web Glitter Dust to spray a fine sheen of gold glitter on the pumpkin and florals.
 You can see the pretty hint of shine here. I adhered the band of ribbon to the pumpkin with Therm O Web Zots.
 For the second pumpkin I created gold lines on the seams using Therm O Web Deco Foil Liquid Adhesive and Deco Foil Gold foil.
 For the final pumpkin, I created a template by die cutting a feather shape out of vinyl and then added Therm O Web liquid adhesive to the shape with a foam brush and once dry, added Gold Foil.
You can watch me create all three pumpkins here:

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Sep 26, 2016

Simon Says Stamp STAMPtember and Therm O Web 3D Foiled Backgrounds

This month is STAMPtember where Simon Says Stamp features exclusive partnerships, products and fabulous deals and sales ALL MONTH LONG. I got to play with the Sweet Cakes Stamp Set and used it to make three different cards.
With the various stamps and sentiments in the set you can make a wedding card,
a birthday card,
or a "you're the sweetest" card.
To create the background of these cards, I used some Faber Castell Whipped Spackle, a Simon Says Stamp Exclusive Stencil and some Therm O Web Deco Foils. I love the 3 dimensional foiled look! Check out this short video to see how the backgrounds and the You're the Sweetest card came together!
Find all the supplies I used here:

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Sep 23, 2016

Fall Back Friday with Scrapbook Circle

This month we are celebrating the start of the fall season with a challenge called fall back Friday!  Fall back means so many things this month! We are back to school, back to our routine, back to soccer and so much more! The mornings are staying darker longer (NO!!!) making it harder to get up on time and the evenings are getting darker earlier, making me want to get into PJ's earlier lol! It was hard this year getting into a routine and although the kids started school on August 3rd (???!!!) we didn't take back to school photos until 4 weeks later!! So here is my take on the Fall Back Challenge.rk sc september 2
I think this layout truly shows how well all the different elements from the Shine On September kit really work together. I used a ton of different product and papers from all the different manufacturers included and it really looks like they all belong together!
One tip is to ink edges of various elements or papers. I fussy cut those triangles and inked them with the same color of Distress Ink as I used to color the Amy Tangerine tag, that way everything coordinates and seems to effortlessly combines!

I hope you are falling back into good routines and enjoying the start of the fall season!

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Sep 16, 2016

Be Real with Scrapbook Circle ]

Hey all! Rebecca here today with this month's edition of Be Real. My last few Be Real posts have focused on my current Project Life spreads. You can see the recent one HERE. This month I worked on Augusts pages. As I mentioned previously, I don't do a certain number of pages or a certain number of pictures. I just look back on the month in my phone photos and print what makes sense to me depending on the stories from the month that I want to tell.


There were some big stories from this month including back to school time! As always I got the add ons this month and used the 6x6 pads from those to create some cards. But I also used a few of the 12 x 12 papers too!


I used several embellishments too, like the washi strips, Amy Tangerine Cards, and Pink Fresh wooden clips.

Another big story from the month was our anniversary. I used a bow clip to attach some journaling on vellum onto the patterned paper strip.
Another story I wanted to tell (that was not a big event) was my foray into meal planning.

And last but not least documenting doughnuts is always a high priority lol!

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Sep 14, 2016

How to Make a Ombre Distress Ink Background

I love using die cuts as sentiments on cards or as the focal point on a card, but sometimes I don't have any cardstock or paper to use as the card background.

When that happens, I like to make my own background using Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Inks. For these cards I used Distress Inks to create Ombre backgrounds that coordinate perfectly with the Jillibean Soup die cuts.
I made a quick video showing how I created the Ombre background and the rest of these cards:

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